Federal and state categorical programs are mandated to serve special needs of students that are not covered by the general fund regular education programs. Each categorical program has unique program intent, regulations, rules and exemplary practices.
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Title I Sites
- After School - Bridge Program
- Migrant Education
- School Readiness & Pre-School
- Current Grant Opportunities for Staff and Students
Dr. Robert Sahli
- Bridge Program Administration
- Bridge Elementary Sites - Grades K-6
- Bridge Middle School Sites - Grades - 7-8
Jose Maciel, Categorical Programs Manager
Supervisor: Sara Vargas
Supervisor: Michaiah Stricklen
Administrative Secretary: Sandra Antle
Account Technician: Debby Myatt
|Ansel Adams School||209-663-6686|
|Joe Serna Charter School||209-625-5832|
|Live Oak School||209-663-6914|
|Wagner Holt School||209-663-6844|
The Lodi Unified After School - Bridge Program will engage students in year-round expanded learning programs to support student achievement and prepare them for college, career and life.
Bridge Program Goals:
Participating students in the program will experience...
- Respect for Diversity
- Trusting Relationships
- Safe & Supervised Environment
- Common Core Program Design with Expanded Learning Opportunities
- Project Based Learning Activities in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)
- Academic Homework Assistance
- Enrichment and Recreation Opportunities
- Student Centered Activities
- Citizenship and Leadership Building
- Community Service Learning Opportunities
- Career Explorations
- Positive and Fun Learning Environment for all Student
***A Virtual After School Program will remain for the duration of LUSD's Distant Learning***
The Bridge program runs daily after school from the moment school ends until 6pm. It has 3 components: Academics, Enrichment, Physical Recreation. We partner with teachers and community based organizations to offer the best program possible.
To apply for enrollment in the After School - Bridge Program, please complete the Waiting List Placement Registration Form.
Mission: Migrant Education Region 23 through its dedicated and committed staff, will provide supplemental services that encourage educational opportunities leading to empowerment and success in the lives of migrant students and their families.
Manuel Nunez, Director
San Joaquin County Office of Education
Wentworth Education Center
Welcome to Lodi Unified School District Multilingual Department.
Jose Maciel, Program Coordinator
Sandra Antle, Administrative Secretary - (209) 331-8903
District Community Translators:
Diana Gonzalez, (Spanish) - (209) 331-7487
Marbella Chavez, (Spanish) - (209) 331-7439
Lai Dinh, (Vietnamese) - (209) 331-7032
The District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC) is a District-level advisory committee made up of representatives from each school's English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC). One parent or guardian member from each school's ELAC is elected to serve as the site's DELAC representative. The DELAC's role is to advise the Lodi USD Board of Education on programs and services for English Learner (EL) students.
THE DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (DAC) & DISTRICT ENGLISH LEARNER ADVISORY COMMITTEE (DELAC) ARE HOLDING A SPECIAL MEETING TO REVIEW THE DISTRICT'S PANDEMIC SAFETY PLAN.
FEBRUARY 25, 2021 AT 6pm
February 03, 2021
You're invited to join our DELAC Zoom meeting at 5:30 p.m.
February 25, 2021
The District Advisory Committee (DAC) and District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) are holding a special meeting to review the District's Pandemic Safety Plan.
April 28, 2021
May 26, 2021
State Seal of Biliteracy Award
Lodi Unified School District recognizes high school seniors who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading and writing one or more languages in addition to English. Students who meet the full requirements as set forth in legislation (California Education Code sections 51460-51464) are awarded a gold seal, to be affixed to the graduate’s high school diploma.
Below is a list of basic requirements for earning the State Seal of Biliteracy.
Eligibility Criteria for a Student Whose Primary Language is English
1. Complete all English Language Arts (ELA) requirements for graduation with an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 in those classes.
2. Pass the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) in ELA at or above the “standard met” level.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in one or more languages other than English through one of the following methods:
- Pass a foreign language Advanced Placement (AP) exam, including American Sign Language, with a score of three or higher.
- Pass an International Baccalaureate (IB) examination with a score of four or higher.
- Successfully complete a four-year high school course of study in a foreign language with a grade-point average of 3.0 or above in that course of study including oral proficiency.
- Pass the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) II foreign language exam with a score of 600 or higher.
Eligibility Criteria for a Student Whose Primary Language is not English
1. Demonstrate English proficiency on the English Language Proficiency Assessments for CA (ELPAC).
2. Meet the requirements above as stated in 1, 2, and 3.
Please talk to your teacher for additional information about requirements and how to apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy.
Telephone: (209) 331-7252 or (209) 953-8252
- James O. Linn Children's Center
- State Preschool
- HUGS Preschool
- Rock, Roll Rea
- Parents as Teachers
(ONGOING) Chinese Language and Culture Initiatives: The College Board has launched the Chinese Language and Culture initiatives to help support the growth of Chinese education in U.S. schools and to build a solid foundation for the AP Chinese program. We offer programs to serve schools, teachers, and students. http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/chinese
(ONGOING) PSAT/NMSQT¨ Scholarships Recognition: Students who take the PSAT/NMSQT may qualify to enter the competitions for prestigious scholarships and participate in recognition programs cosponsored by the College Board and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/psat
School Library Technology Makeover Contest (Due Jan. 17): Acer and Intel are accepting nominations for their School Library Technology Makeover Contest, which will award 10 new Acer Aspire Timeline notebook computers, valued at $10,000, and two all-in-one desktop computers to a deserving school library. Applications must complete an online form explaining why they think their school is the best candidate for a makeover. http://usspringpromo.acer.com
LODI UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
INTENT TO APPLY
GRANT PROPOSAL FORM
Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org or via District mail to:
Gayle Romasanta, JAESC
PHONE NUMBER:______________ EMAIL ADDRESS:___________________
Grant name and description of grant requirement, goals, available funding, and activities.
How does this grant align with the District’s mission and goal statements?
What will be the main objectives of the grant proposal and how will the effectiveness of the program be evaluated?
Describe the targeted student population and number of students served.
SITE PRINCIPAL SIGNATURE: ___________________________________________________Date:________
DISTRICT DIRECT LINE SUPERVISOR SIGNATURE (must be Cabinet Level Administrator if grant is over $5,000): ___________________________________________________Date:_________
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